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Synonyms for chauffeur

a man paid to drive a privately owned car

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drive someone in a vehicle


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The relationship with the private charter company, which has business aviation centres at airports around the country including Durham Tees Valley Airport, will mean Elite Services chauffeuring its passengers.
The relationship will not only involve us providing chauffeuring services but also promoting private charter services to our clients.
Volvo Car Corporation, a Sweden-based automaker, offered a free chauffeuring service into Central London on January 4, 2011.
The chauffeuring service used the company's three low-emission DRIVe models to mark the introduction of the new Greener Vehicle Discount for the capital's Congestion Charge.
When the chauffeuring business came up we knew it was a gamble,' says Alan.
Towin the VIP contracts, Alan enrolled in driving and anti-terrorism courses with West Midlands Police and he has been chauffeuring famous names ever since.
We're stopping our wedding service altogether now and we're concentrating on the chauffeuring because that side of the business is booming.
I got into chauffeuring about seven years ago through a friend really.
Andrew McCabe, managing director of Close Pro, said, ``We believe this is an innovative development in the world of chauffeuring.
Close Pro reports that Cardiff's growing business community has led to an increase in demand for bespoke chauffeuring.
Honored by the International Taxi & Livery Association (ITLA) for its positive work environment and high chauffeuring standards, Valera Global is the transportation provider of choice for the driven professional.
Knowing that redundancy would follow the takeover, Steve began looking around for a new career earlier this year and liked the idea of chauffeuring.
Richard said: "I've always liked the service element of chauffeuring and I knew that there was more to it than met the eye, and how right I was